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  • Article - 7 Nov 2001
    Suitable heat treatment can see this grade attain the highest hardness, strength and wear resistance of any stainless steel. This is due to the high carbon content. The composition is optimised for...
  • Article - 10 Apr 2020
    This article outlines and explains the basics of martensitic steel?
  • Article - 19 Aug 2003
    Stainless steels and heat-resistant steels are ferrous alloys that include at least 12% chromium. Stainless steel with 12% chromium will be resistant to corrosion or “rusting” upon being exposed to...
  • Article - 10 Apr 2020
    This article outlines and explains why stainless steel is so popular in manufacturing applications.
  • Article - 11 Jun 2013
    Stainless steel grade 420J2 is inexpensive and highly corrosion resistant steel. It has good corrosion resistance in mild atmosphere as well as domestic and industrial environments.
  • Article - 21 Mar 2006
    In this article zeolite membranes were synthesized by the dry gel method, using a tubular support of stainless steel.
  • Article - 13 Sep 2012
    Stainless steels are called as high-alloy steels. Due to the presence of large amounts of chromium in the range of 4 to 30%, they have high corrosion resistance than other steels.
  • Article - 23 Oct 2001
    420 is a higher carbon version of grade 410. When fully hardened it is the hardest of this family of stainless steels. Hardness is optimised at the expense of other properties. Typical applications...
  • Article - 9 Jun 2001
    Softening processes such as annealing and normalising, and hardening processes such as hardening, tempering, thermochemical processes, carburising, nitriding and boronising are all explained.
  • Article - 19 Feb 2021
    Real time monitoring of hops components, while recirculating the beer during beer fermentation, allows control systems to automate hops additions.